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Questionhow to get a string as input ? Pin
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QuestionHow can I minimize memory usage in my table-based statemachine with several hundred states? Pin
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harold aptroot9-Mar-18 10:14
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arnold_w wrote:
actionArguments can sometimes use 32 bits.
OK. How often is that needed? Perhaps you can cheat a bit: allow only a couple of 32bit arguments, and the rest must be small. Then if one "block" of actions does need more 32bit arguments, it can be "split" into two successive states (which costs a lot of space, but if splitting is rare then it can be an overall win)
Or maybe: pack arguments in VLQ, but reserve a fixed amount of space. When it doesn't fit, split the state.
The next-state pointers could be integers that index into the array of states instead of direct pointers, that would probably allow them to be uint16_t.
But how would I index when the pointer is pointing to a different array?
OK maybe pack together two parts, some bits that indicate which array to look into, and some bits to indicate the index.
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